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We are big fans of brunch at PlusMinus. The perfect meal for all times, lazy and generous. Brunch is also the new way to socialise, get together with family or friends. London is always keen to embrace a trend, and so has dutifully accepted brunch as the it dining experience.

With this in mind, we thought we would provide you with some inspiration. Providing you with the best places to have brunch in our favourite London location. Welcome to the west end, Covent Garden to be more specific.

If you are planning a get together, special occasion or just a nice Sunday. Or perhaps you want to read something that might make your stomach growl. Either way you are in the right place. Pull up a chair and grab a menu, because we are talking brunch in Covent Garden.

The Henrietta Bistro at the Henrietta Hotel

Definitely on the lighter end of the brunch scale, the Henrietta Bistro offers a unique twist for brunch. Set in the intimate Henriette Hotel, this menu (technically a breakfast menu) is full of fresh and new ideas. We love that there are the classics, like Eggs Benedict.

Or more millennial offerings like Avocado on toast with Grilled Halloumi. We would probably go for Avo on toast, followed by CHURROS, yes that’s right Churros with Chocolate for brunch. You are welcome.

 

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Eat by Chloe

This Instagram famous and favourite vegan restaurant. Eat by Chloe is tucked just outside of Covent Garden, on Russel Street. A complete vegan offering, the menu is HUGE. The brunch menu is extensive with so much to choose from, how could you possibly pick something.

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Well we are big fans of smoothie bowls, what about scrambled tofu or maybe you will plump for an almond butter and banana toast. Whatever you pick, make sure you are happy to wait – because Eat by Chloe gets BUSY!

 

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Browns

Browns is a lovely classic brasserie, with lots of class and charm. The menu is a wonderful crowd pleaser, served until 12 noon there is something for everyone. Start with a smoothie, and peruse the menu whsilt you sack on a selection of freshly baked mini pastries and walnut & raisin bread.

Then if you are feeling more decadent then we suggest you go for the Browns lobster Benedict; toasted English muffin, lobster, Thermidor sauce, poached egg, buttered spinach, all topped with hollandaise.

26 Grains

Tucked in vibrant Neals Yard, 26 Grains is probably the most clean eating brunch in this article. Known for working with grains, this bustling eatery is very popular and the perfect spot for brunch. With an extensive and unique menu, there is a lot to look forward too.

Pick a signature porridge, like the Almond milk oats, rhubarb compote, cardamom honey greek yoghurt, almonds. Or grab an avocado on sourdough. We must warn you 26 Grains gets VERY busy, so plan ahead.

 

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Grind

Head to Grind at any time for a brunch with a really extensive selection of options. You will have heard of Grind because of their legendary coffee, you will stay because of the amazing food

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Loads of choice, with classic dishes that will satisfy all appetites.

 

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Where to eat brunch in Covent Garden, London

Where to eat brunch in Covent Garden, London